Category: Employment Law

NJ Minimum Wage Hike

Last February, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation to increase the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour. The increase will happen gradually over the next five years. The plan was approved by the Democratic governor, and the state legislature will gradually take New Jersey’s minimum wage to $15 per hour for most workers… Read More


LGBTQ Protection at the Workplace

In a perfect world, everyone would be treated fairly, but unfortunately, that is not the case. Although federal law makes it illegal for employers to discriminate against current or potential employees based on gender, race, religious beliefs, and other characteristics, laws regarding LGBTQ discrimination are left to each individual state. While LGBTQ workers in New… Read More


Can I Be Fired on my Day Off?

No one plans on getting fired on their day off, but it does happen and can take you by surprise when it does. If you have been fired on a day where you were not on the clock, you may be wondering if you have been wrongfully terminated and what your options are. Unless you… Read More


Understand the Updates to New Jersey’s Family Leave Act

Life changes most certainly happen. Whether it’s welcoming a new child into the family – or needing to care for a sick family member – there are certainly times when your family needs to come first. Recently, Governor Phil Murphy signed into law some rather significant changes to the New Jersey Family Leave Act. It… Read More


Steps to Take if You Observe Wrongdoing or Misconduct at Work

On behalf of The Law Offices of Leo B. Dubler, III, LLC posted in sexual harassment on Monday, December 24, 2018. It is a scenario that has become all too common in workplaces across the whole world. You are dedicated worker, loyal to your duties and your employer, then you witness wrongdoing within the company…. Read More